Brand-new Isuzu for Neoji Trucking

posted November 27, 2020 at 09:55 pm
by  Manila Standard
In a simple ceremony on November 19, representatives of the country’s leading truck manufacturer Isuzu Philippines Corporation (IPC), logistics and transport services firm Neoji Trucking Services, and Isuzu Cavite witnessed the formal turnover of a brand-new EXZ77N truck.

Receiving the symbolic key to the EXZ77N truck from Hiroto Nakaguro IPC Assistant Division Head for Sales was Neoji Trucking Services team Oliver Osias. Anoel Mark Salvador, Nelson Milana, Edwin Balaton, Joseph Raya, and Ian Panelo III, Isuzu Cavite, which facilitated Neoji’s first purchase of an Isuzu-branded Category V truck, was represented in the turnover by its Branch Manager Valance Mauricio. Afterwards, Isuzu Cavite’s Truck Elite team oriented Neoji officers and drivers to the world-class features of the EXZ77N truck mode.

Neoji Trucking Services—the sister company of Philindo Express which is an accredited logistics partner for a well-known pharmaceutical giant since 2002 — is also set to become the pharmaceutical company’s transport partner. The acquisition of its first EXZ77N truck adds power, efficiency, versatility and dependability to Neoji’s logistics portfolio, and would help them fulfill, and even exceed, the expectations of large-scale partners. During the ceremony, Neoji also announced their acquisition of another brand-new EXZ77N truck this December.

The EXZ77N truck is perfectly adapted and made even more accessible for today’s business, transport and logistics climate. With its fuel-efficient 6UZ1-TCG50 engine paired to the ZF16 speed multistage transmission, all developed under the Euro V Blue Power technology that maximizes power and torque output at a towing condition suited for hauling and travel without compromising fuel efficiency. These trucks are designed for long-haul comfort, equipped with state-of-the-art convenience such as air suspension seats ergonomically designed for absolute driving comfort, instrument clusters with highly visible multi-information display for better drive monitoring, and a semi-round driver panel for driving ease and high-end interior ambiance.

In terms of safety, the new E-Series trucks are equipped with the standard anti-lock brake system and wide multi-sectional side view mirrors offering wide-angle views of the driver and passenger sides, which help to prevent “underruns” and contact accidents during turn and merging maneuvers. The wheel parking and trailer brakes are conveniently located at the driver side for better reach and instant control.

IPC’s EXZ77N trucks are competitively priced and offer the best value-for-money over any other new or secondhand truck in the market today making it the brand of choice for today’s budget-conscious businesses. This is the guarantee that comes with every purchase: You not only acquire a reliable Isuzu tractor head; you also get unmatched Isuzu E-Series advantages.

Topics: Neoji Trucking Services , Isuzu Philippines Corporation , Oliver Osias. Anoel Mark Salvador , Nelson Milana , Edwin Balaton , Joseph Raya , Ian Panelo III
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